Virginia Democrat offers legislation to authorize the Federal Communications Commission to conduct so-called incentive auctions to reallocate spectrum from TV broadcasters to wireless broadband providers.
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Venerable telecom firm finalizes long-planned separation, aiming to deliver shareholder value with stand-alone mobile devices, equipment businesses.
Search giant adds new editing capabilities for Android and Apple mobile devices as it continues to expand its buffet of services tailored for wireless devices.
It wasn't an easy process, but after high drama and competitive sparring between the two rivals, Google's Voice service is finally available as an app for Apple's iPhone.
Forthcoming Isis wireless payment service -- which aims to make the mobile wallet a reality -- counts three of the leading U.S. carriers as inaugural partners.
As users await the mobile OS updates iOS 4.2 and Gingerbread, sales of Android devices top 20 million while Apple nurtures the developer ecosystem and courts the enterprise market, and Nokia continues to fade.
Head of National Institutes of Health and CTO at Health and Human Services tout escalating government efforts to bring mobile technologies to the health-care sector.
Leading wireless carrier reaches record settlement with Federal Communications Commission to resolve errant charges as the agency continues its inquiry into the billing practices of the wireless industry.
Billed as a credible competitor to Apple's iPad, the Android Samsung Tab is coming soon to Sprint with a subsidy and contract requirements, while Best Buy is rumored to be in line to retail the mobile computing device.
Computing giant HP has entered the tablet fray, taking the wraps off of the Slate 500, an enterprise-oriented mobile computing device powered by Windows 7.
Fallout from Steve Jobs' disparaging comments about competitors continues as RIM's Jim Balsillie weighs in, putting the world on notice that seven-inch tablets will be a big slice of the market.
Fresh on the heels of announcing a retail coup with Apple's iPad, AT&T is now shifting gears, and outlining a strategy to market the device directly to business customers.
Latest splash of unwelcome news for the wireless sector comes from the Hill, where House Oversight Committee subcommittee Chairman Dennis Kucinich announces a probe into debt-collection practices.
Commission moves to crack down on wireless billing practices, votes to begin rulemaking process for mobility fund to spur new wireless data networks.